It is done in several stages
- Removing the core of the tooth nerve that has been damaged or completely inflamed from within the tooth.
- Cleaning the surrounding area inside the tooth cavity.
- Stuff the tooth and close it well.
It is a very successful and safe surgical procedure that replaces the lost bones in the jaw, mouth, and face. A natural process called atrophy can lead to bone loss or gradual shrinking due to the lack of stimulation of chewing when there’s a gap after tooth loss. The pressure that dentures cause on the gums during chewing decreases the blood supply, which may also increase bone loss.
Dental fillers aim to repair damaged teeth that have been damaged by decay and progressive wear due to low level of hygiene in the mouth, and it also aims to repair cracked teeth within the so-called dental restoration.
Your doctor usually asks you to perform an X-ray of the teeth, or a panoramic image, in order to accurately diagnose dental disease.
You should avoid eating or drinking for two hours after the procedure, and after the first day of treatment you may experience pain in the area, so painkillers can be used as needed.
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